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>> pam :now at 11. union city folks listen up. your commute could be affected tomorrow by a large sinkhole. it's at a major intersection between a middle school and a fire station. and it just seems to keep getting worse by the hour. good evening everyone. i'm pam moore. tonight. crews are still busy trying to clean up a sinkhole. they are at work at alvarado boulevard and new haven street. kron four's philippe djegal is live there now. where just a few hours ago the sinkhole filled up with water. philippe.
>> phillipe :i spoke with the general manager and he said that it was unclear at what point where the water was from and, but now it is clear is from a water main so crews now have a pump ready and are ready to pump the water out this main is underground and has been described bias to the--by the city it is still filled with water, and that is the worry of t d and e because they have a gas line nearby and they're trying to shut it off before the water gets to it crews have been mapping the area for the repair work but that quickly came to a halt all walt bewildered neighbors watched on --al while
>>:i never believed this would come right by my house and it is blocking traffic and causing lots of traffic and causing tension in the area because everybody wants to look and see what's going on >> phillipe :in the daylight you could see how buckled the road is in fact it caved in witnesses said it looked like a pot hole at first but that ballooned and expanded at first --expanded afterward the roads are closed and that may not change for a while but there is also a fire station directly behind me right between the middle school and the department is where this and close--where the sinkhole is
the firefighters say nothing has been disrupted by the sinkhole and school will still be in session tomorrow >> pam san francisco police say. a local photographer was keeping thousands of child pornography images on his computer. and was also responsible for shooting video up women's skirts. kron four's jeff bush is live at fisherman's wharf tonight with the details jeff. >> jeff :san francisco police say 50 year old duane ackerman was in possession of thousands of images and videos of exploited children of various ages. he was arrested at his sunset district home earlier this month and when they searched his computers they also found video that was shot in
japantown as well as pier 39 and fisherman's wharf. police say that ackerman visited the tourist areas with the intent of shooting upskirt videos of unsuspecting women. it is unclear how many women were photographed but police say that ackerman used his skill as a photographer to obtain the imagesusing a camera system simmiler to the one on your screen. if the san francisco police department was working with homeland security and the f.b.i. during the investigation and say they are still investigating where ackerman got the images and who he was distributing them to. s.f.p.d. says getting ackerman off the streets was a high priority. >> carlos manfredi : they found thousands, and i mean thousands of pornographic videos and photographs of children both pubesent and prepubesent engaged in sexual acts and acts with adults as well.
>> jeff :police say this is still an open investigation and are trying to find out if there are any more victims in this case. i'm jeff bush, live in san francisco, kron four news. >> pam :new at 11. a muir beach man is arrested. after he allegedly took photographs of co-worker, while she used the restroom the incident happened at the industrial center building in sausalito. the victim says, she was in the woman's restroom in a stall. when she saw 47-year-old christian remington. taking pictures of her. remington has worked as a contract maintenance employee at the office. the victim immediately recognized him. and called police. officers believe this is *not an isolated incident. and they are asking anyone with more information, to call police. tonight. friends and family are mourning the death of three south bay teenagers. jayleen ciriaco, anthony ramos, and oscar avila toledo. were
killed in a car crash last night in san jose. it happened in the area of santa clara and 22nd streets, just before 11 o'clock. officials believe a honda and acura were racing. when the honda spun out. striking a pole and spinning into a tree. the acura drove off. and has not been located. the honda was an unreported stolen car. tonight. friends and family held a vigil to remember the victims. >>:she was very quiet and she was loved dearly we will miss her dearly >> pam :a fourth victim from the crash remains at the hospital in serious condition. investigators have not determined if drugs or alcohol were factors in the crash. police arrest a pittsburg
woman. after she allegedly committed numerous crimes in the walnut creek and san ramon areas. 34-year- old rebekka white. faces 12- felony complaints. police say, she went on a crime spree back in september. white is accused of stealing several items from two different women's locker rooms at local gyms. including credit cards, vehicle keys and a purse. they say, she then stole the victim's car and went on a shopping spree. using the other victim's money. white is being held on a 500 - thousand dollar bond. tonight antwan johnson faces arson charges... after allegedly setting fire to merchanidise in a bay area walmart. san leandro investigators say, he set fire to the halloween section of the walmart on hesperian boulevard. police have not indicated a motive. but investigators say, security cameras document the entire incident. johnson is being held at santa rita jail. and will be in court tomorrow. foster children. on the verge of losing their home. they are pleading with the state. to save group homes. kron four's j-r stone brings us the story. >> j.r. :save our home, we need
houses, donate money, these designs out here are begging for help--signs >>:they actually love me here >> j.r. :when she heard the news that her home would be close and to be placed elsewhere she was devastated >>:they told us and i was the first one to cry >> j.r. :a new law passed will close all group homes, but this place is unique in that siblings can live together which is something that cannot normally happen she has written letters to a variety of people, obama, even taylor swift
>>:dear taylor swift all of the kids year do not think of it as a group home they think of it as a real home, can you help us? >> j.r. :people are requesting a pilot status which could potentially increase funding >>:i just take it one of a journey at a time because rainbows come and go but life always days the jury are most of the funding comes from private donors --the majority of the funding >> pam :nearly two billion dollars. a new report reveals how much money california's recent wildfires burned up.
the valley fire. which occurred in lake, napa and sonoma counties. was the third most damaging wildfire in state history. it killed four people. and destroyed nearly two- thousand homes. the economic losses forecast from the fire. in excess of one- point- five *billion dollars. the butte fire. which occured in amador and calaveras counties. was the state's seventh- most damaging wildfire in history. two people died. and caused an estimated 450- million dollars. both fires are fully contained. photographs released by the oakland police department show. eight officers helping the victims of the valley fire. the officers were deployed for five days. back in september. they provided law enforcement support. and assisted families who lost everything. bringing them supplies and as well as support. coming up. the three drifters accused in two high profile bay area murders. appear in court for the first time. a swarm of earthquakes in the east bay. rattles nerves.we'll tell you where.
>> pam :the three suspects accused of killing a marin county hiker and a canadian backpacker. make their first court appearance today. morrison lampley. sean angold. and lila alligood did not enter pleas this morning in a marin county court. cameras were not allowed in the courtroom. but since their arrest, the three suspects have had their heads shaven.
the trio is charged with the murders of steve carter and audrey carey. they are accused of lying in wait for the victims. which makes them eligible for the death penalty. the trio is scheduled back in court at the end of the month. still ahead. an udpate on the tragic circumstances facing former n-b-a star lamar odom. in a coma tonight. a recent swarm of earthquakes. keeping east bay residents a bit edgy. >> gary :we have to game fives-- 2 game 5's will tell you about highlights later in this broadcast will tell you about highlights later in this broadcast books at laquinta.com. when account lead craig wilson he gets a ready for you alert the second his room is ready. so he knows exactly when he can settle in and practice his big pitch. and when craig gets his pitch down pat, do you know what he becomes? great proposal! let's talk more over golf!
>> pam :new details. as former n-b-a star lamar odom clings to life... he is still in a coma at this hour. the estranged husband of kloe kardashian...was found unconscious at a nevada brothel yesterday afternoon. the 9-1-1 caller reported odom had been using cocaine and supplements... and blood and white mucus was reportedly coming out of his mouth. a spokesperson for the brothel says, odom booked the best v-i- p suite...and was accompanied by two women who negotiated an amount beyond fivefigures. authorities are investigating the incident. in the san ramon area. you may
have felt one of the nearly two -dozen earthquakes shake the area over the last 24 hours. kron four's grant lodes brings us the latest. >>:i was sleeping and i woke up and felt a little bit of shaking so thought i was dreaming one big shake so i thought somebody had slammed the door >> grant :seismologist called them pesky but not concerning >>:typical behavior we see in the san ramon area >> grant :tomorrow morning millions of schoolchildren in california will take place in the annual great shakeout practicing what to do in the event of a quake he says it is also a good idea to make sure your family is
prepared >>:you have a disaster plan in terms of who you're going to communicate with and you have food and water both at work and at home so you could live several days without a home and utilities >> diane : we have partly cloudy skies for the rest of the evening expect light fog and sent to cisco areas tomorrow or early morning. overnight lows at 5:00 a.m. we have a handful of upper 50s and low 60s things are cooling down quite a bit low clouds and patchy fog but because the moisture is out we have a slim chance of getting any rain out of it
we will have a lot of cloud cover for tomorrow morning in the afternoon as well 11 a.m. pulled back quite a bit with some sunshine in the valley location it will not be as sunny for a couple of days but things will certainly cool down a 10 degree cool down for the inward valley locations your seven day forecast is looking like this with things cooling down for you with a chance of rain showers come saturday with a lot of cloud cover this weekend but then those clouds will move out and it will fall back down and will remain for a good portion next week
>> pam the two- month- old puppy stolen from a san francisco animal shelter. has been returned safely. louie. the black-and-white pitbull. was taken from a city shelther. last thursday. a good samaritian who returned the pup. says he got the dog from someone on the street. who was about to let the puppy go. louie is happy and healthy. and looking for a perminant home. police are still searching for the person responsible. anyone with information is asked to call police. in sports. thousands show up at oracle arena. for a free, open warriors practice but not before golden state picked up a gift. from the city of san francisco and some controversy surrounding. one american league series finale. gary has the highlights and all the sports.coming up
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bot 7th after josh donaldson ties it at 3 next batterjose bautista blasts one deepthat's a three- run home run and that would seal the deal for the blue jays final: 6-3 blue jays benches would clear.but no fight toronto advances to the american league championship series for the first time since 1993. kansas city fans hoping their home team will also advance bottom 8th / 4-2 royals kendrys morales crushes his 3rd homerun of the postseason the three-run shot gives.the royals 7-2 lead top 9th / 7-2 royals one more out to go george springer bombs this to right field. but paulo orlando runs into the wall for the sensational grab to end the game johnny cueto: 8 innings pitched, 2 h, 2 er, 8 strikeouts is postseason career high final: royals win 7-2 advance to american league championship series will face the tornto blue jays
for game one this friday oracle arena doors were wide open tonight as the warriors welcomed fans in for a live look at a team practice fans lined up hours before the 5 pm start time to watch stephen curry and company take the court it was three --free earlier in the day the great debt lead--ed lee presented in city hall the key to this city he wasn't the only one soaking in the spotlight as the team allowed kids to shoot around on the court klay thompson and draymond green joined the mayor to accept the key here is what klay had to say in regards to the selflessness that fuels the team to success earlier today >>:it is amazing what a team accomplishes when nobody cares who gets the credit and this
team nobody cares who gets the headlines in the paper >> gary :october 27th place are for real--they start for rea another kaepernick critic speaks out this time his former nevada head coach says kap's mechanics are slipping here's kap's response rookie kyle schwarber hit 438- foot rocket homerun in nlds- clinching win over cardinals but ball was nowhere to be found fan at the game alerted cubs officials the ball was sitting on top of right-field video scoreboard the team confirmed it and provided fan with generous
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